High five to culture

Ramaswamy traces the beginning of the initiative to a dance workshop that Aishwarya and her friend Chandana had done for a city school five years ago. “We wanted to cover the five mediums of food, theatre/arts, music, culture and dance,” she says. Their explanations made it more interesting.”Apart from these events, they wanted to have value education classes through story telling. “I didn’t know anything about dance till she came,” says Rajiv Ramaswamy, pointing across the table to his wife, Aishwarya. We could not do these events under the Lunch Box.” This was when Vijayanathan came into the picture.

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“I didn’t know anything about dance till she came,” says Rajiv Ramaswamy, pointing across the table to his wife, Aishwarya.

“In fact I would make fun of what they were doing.” “Off the record,” exclaims Aishwarya, as she relates her husband’s funny explanations for mudras.

Her recital is punctuated with “how was I to know?” and “no one explained things” from Ramaswamy. We are sitting in the boardroom of the Sreevatsa Real Estate office, on Mettupalayam Road, talking about Anjaraipetti, the couple’s new initiative to promote local talent.

The third person in this venture is Sreeja Vijayanathan, a corporate communications professional.


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